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VIDA Training Courses Available at the Project Website!

 

VIDA is a 36 months European project (2018-2021) funded by the INNOSUP Call of HORIZON 2020 to support the innovation potential of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) working across European food chains interested in improving the use and efficiency of water, food, energy and key enabling technologies (KET).

VIDA aims to accelerate the implementation of new solutions (preferably key enabling technologies) in the food sector which improve the usage of water and energy with the ambition to reduce losses and consumption.

In order to further support the participating SME’s VIDA has developed and implemented several training courses addressing specific topics, such as:

 

How to innovate successfully in an international context

by Matthijs Plijnaar (SWA), Morten Kildahl (CLEAN), Jantienne van der Meij (SWA), Tom Vereijken (CEW), María Benito (ZINNAE)

 

 

Creating appropriate framework for collaboration in innovation projects

by Alexander Schwock (BNPT)

 

 

Communication skills: oral presentations for innovation projects dissemination

by KIRT x THOMSEN consultancy

 

 

Post-project. Capitalization, management and possible channels for funding

 by KIRT x THOMSEN consultancy

 

 

Horizon Europe and EIC pilot programmes

by Jorge Molina Martínez

 

 

VIDA training courses are a support service and aim to address the key challenges SMEs usually encounter when developing and implementing their innovation projects. These five courses are stand-alone learning opportunities on the specific needs identified by SMEs during the preparation, implementation and finalisation of the project activities.

 

You can watch for free all video tutorials and access the additional materials at the VIDA website  

Learn more: www.vidaproject.eu I     I Follow us: @h2020vida

 

 

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme, under Grant Agreement nº 777795.

Disclaimer: The content of this document represents the view of the author only and is his/her sole responsibility: it cannot be considered to reflect the views of the European Commission and/or the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-size Enterprises (EASME). The European Commission and the Agency do not accept responsibility for the use that may be made of the information it contains.

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